Subrack allows multiple electronics mounting

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Jul 22, 2010

Rittal is offering the Ripac Vario subrack for mounting multiple board electronic solutions in 19in (482.6mm) racks, as the range is easily upgraded from standard to EMC after it has been completed.

This will provide over 40dB of shielding effectiveness at 1GHz for incoming and outgoing protection.

For a simple upgrade, users can add top and bottom covers, a rear panel and gaskets to ensure good electrical and mechanical contact between adjacent surfaces.

The Ripac Vario EMC subracks are also available on short lead times, along with EMC front and rear panels, and a range of accessories.

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